It often is very odd how the human mind likes to "work" - I have read many alleged scientific articles on the mind insisting how it is into organizing thoughts in some manner, on how we feel comfortable with symmetry, lines, and categorization, and how everything we do or impose on ourselves - … Continue Reading ››
I remember in 97 when I was in NYC, often I was asked if I would like to have tap water or bottled water. Even when watching shows, I see people filling in water from the tap, and often wondered why the hell would someone do that.
Then again when I was in Saudi I knew … Continue Reading ››
Since I joined twitter in April 2009 (thanks to Zaher who nags more than I do), I was introduced to an incredible world of up to date spam, infinite ways to spend/waste time, attention disorders and, more importantly, entrepreneurs and social media experts.
I may sound like a hypocrite as I am … Continue Reading ››
One of the great things about photography is that it tunes your mind to see the "big picture", to flip the world around and climb atop scrapers to capture the beauty and the vastness of the horizon.
When everyone tries to squeeze in a scene into a frame, others focus on the little things in life … Continue Reading ››
A warm summer afternoon in Damascus demands no less than losing oneself to the pages of a book. I stretched out on the balcony, amidst a light breeze and under the golden glow of the sun, to read The Angel's Game, the new masterpiece by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, author of Shadow of the Wind, a … Continue Reading ››